Diablo 4 Buried Halls Location

Not sure where to find the Diablo 4 Buried Halls location? Don’t worry – we know! Buried Halls is one of the countless dungeons of Diablo IV. In addition, it is also one of the biggest in the game. Read on as we pinpoint the exact location of Buried Halls in Diablo IV and how to get the Rapid Aspect.

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Diablo 4 Buried Halls Location

Buried Halls Location in Diablo 4

While Diablo IV features an open-world concept, many of its locations are soft-locked depending on an Act you’re currently playing. Located in the Dry Steppes, the Buried Halls dungeon is naturally found around Act III. However, you can always come back and complete this dungeon, even in later acts. Nevertheless, the question remains – where to find the location of this dungeon? Buried Halls is located in the Jakha Basin subregion of the Dry Steppes, directly west of Kyovashad. This subregion can be found southeast of Ked Bardu and also contains the Hidden Outlook waypoint. The dungeon entrance sits near the northern end of the Jakha Basin zone. Check out our images below for the exact location.

Once you’re there, it’s rather easy to spot the entrance. You’ll see some kind of sacrificial pyre/rack with many bodies lying around. And there, on the edge of the map, looking to the west, you will spot a massive glowing entrance to the Buried Halls dungeon. As we’ve already mentioned, Buried Halls is one the bigger dungeons in the game, sprawling vide in several directions. And while there are no traps and puzzles, there’s a decent number of enemies you’ll need to fight off on your way to the end of it. The first objective requires freeing the prisoners, so make sure to locate them all. Finally, after you complete the objective, you’ll need to defeat the boss. The Buried Halls boss is the Resurrected Malice. As a reward, you’ll receive the Rapid Aspect – Basic Skills gain 15% Attack Speed.

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